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School Site Rules and Expectations

 
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
 
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a systems approach focused on the prevention of misbehavior and on positive reinforcement. A variety of methods are used to identify, encourage, and support desired scholar behavior. PBIS boosts school culture and positive behavior throughout the school environment which leads to enhanced academic performance.
 
Our school has PRIDE!!  Video is provided by Mrs. Delgado's 5th grade scholars.          Pride Video
 
Scholar Expectations:
 

Mulcahy Middle School Behavior Expectations

 

Classroom/ ERC

Halls / Grounds

Cafeteria / Lunch Lines

Office

Bathroom

Library

Bus

Assemblies

Be PRIDEful

Come to class prepared


Take care of classroom equipment


Actively participate in class

Place trash in cans


Take care of  school property


Use equipment appropriately

Raise your hand to get up out of your seat.


Clean up after yourself - trash goes in appropriate can




Emergency phone calls only


Make arrangements before school

Keep facilities clean


Place trash in cans


Wash hands



Return materials to proper place


Return books on time

Use equipment/ materials appropriately

Pick up after yourself


Do not damage the bus


No eating or drinking on the bus

Choose wisely - Who should I sit by?


Leave belongings in class

Be Respectful

Treat others the way you want to be treated


Follow directions/  Raise hand


Keep all personal electronics put away

Use appropriate language


Head to class when the bell rings


Keep all personal electronics put away

Stand in your line


Speak quietly


Use your manners (please and thank you)

Wait quietly for assistance


Address adults respectfully


Enter only for serious business

Get in, get out


Return to class quickly


No personal electronics

Speak quietly


Stand in line


Use your manners (please and thank you)

Treat others the way you want to be treated


Be on time

Enter quietly and listen for instructions


Give speaker your full attention


Respond appropriately

Be Safe

Keep hands, objects, and feet to yourself


Say yes to the vest


Walk

Keep hands, objects, and feet to yourself


Sit on benches


Walk

Keep hands, objects, and feet to yourself


Wait to be excused


Walk

Stay in front of counter


Handle office business by yourself - no friends

4 at a time


Speak quietly


Walk

Say yes to the vest



Listen to the driver’s instructions


Use your inside voice


Stay in your seat at all times

Keep hands, objects, and feet to yourself


Face forward, legs crossed


Do not move seats